GTS Curriculum & Assessment 2015 - 2020 - page 7

MASTERY SCALE
To ensure they are effective life-long learners, in addition to subject knowledge, GTS pupils will
develop six skills. These are the skills of being:
Accomplished
Displaying behaviour for learning, relating to others, and completing
work in a professional way.
Reflective
Accurately judging the success of work and being able to find ways to
improve performance.
Creative
Solving problems using a variety of alternative methods.
Independent
Having the skills and motivation to learn alone, including meeting
deadlines for work.
Scientific
Being able to accurately collect, analyse and evaluate a range of
evidence.
English
The ability to read, write and communicate effectively in English.
There are five stages of attainment for these skill.
Novice
The learner appears new to the knowledge and skills that they need to learn and need
to make significant progress to embed their understanding.
Emerging
The learner is developing the knowledge and skills that they need to learn, making
good progress but still needing to make more effort to embed their understanding.
Embedded
The learner has understood the knowledge and skills that they need to learn and is
able to recall it after a period of time. They are on course to achieve a minimum of a
score of ‘5’ or ‘B’ in their GCSEs.
Expert
The learner has a high level of specialised knowledge and skill in this area.
Master
The learner has an exceptional command of the knowledge and skills in this area.
They are on course to achieve a score of ‘9’ in their GCSEs - beyond an ‘A*’.
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